I passed my bike test in 1980 .At that time it was 2 parts with the first part consisting of riding in and out of cones and general control off road .the second part was riding with the tester following in a car doing a few turns and an emergency stop .If you did not fall off you passed .
The crazy thing was that I passed my test on a 100cc machine and then went straight to an 850cc which was scary until I got used to it .These days I believe you can only move up the cc in stages .
I still ride now but progressed from chin on the tank racers to more of a cruiser .I ride a large 400 cc scooter now which is a dream .
Best advise on the road test is make plenty of rear observations before moving or changing direction .The test is to show you are safe and not an expert in popping wheelies !
But the best quality helmet you can afford as I know from experience it will save your life .